One of the biggest benefits in purchasing a HiBORE, in my opinion, is the stock shaft. Average This club has seen normal usage for an extended period of time, at least one season, has been well cared for, and is still in good used condition. You receive a better price for your clubs when you trade them instead of selling outright. Standard shafts include the Aldila NV and NVS, the stock Fujikura, the Graffaloy Blue and ProLaunch Blue, and the UST ProForce V2, all in a wide range of weights and flexes. http://socialmedialab.net/cleveland-hibore/cleveland-hibore-titanium-driver.html
But I was hitting the regular clubhead better than the tour version. Do you think the 8.5 Tour with the red shaft in regular flex would work for my swingspeed. THIS DENT WILL NOT HINDER CLUB"S PE...CLEVELAND HiBORE XL 11.5 DEG. Launch angle is a factor; I'd forgotten there are guys out there with fast swings who are hitting regular shafts.
Phil says: May 11, 2007 at 7:38am Question: This is my first year really golfing just learning the game. I just got the Hi Bore XL with the gold shaft and a 9.5 head. The Tour headcover is a bit nicer than the regular sock-type standard headcover.
I don't slice or fade with outdated woods (always stiff). I have never ever seen my drives go as straight as what this Hibore XL can do for me... For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions- opens in a new window or tab No additional import charges on delivery Delivery: Estimated within 1-4 business days help Cleveland Hibore Xl Driver Nonconforming Gotta hit it in the top half of the clubface.
Bob 10 capped. Cleveland Hibore Xl Driver I need some advice about the Hibore XL / tour and the shaft. Easy to hit, and when you strike it toe or heel and cringe because you feel the grip twist, you are shocked to look up and see it's going straight as This shaft is much heavier than I'm used to but it was consistently better for me than the yellow shaft and my current driver.
This amount is subject to change until you make payment. Cleveland Hibore Xl Tour Driver New Cleveland Hibore 9.5° Driver Grafalloy Prologic Tour 95 Regular Flex $74.99Buy It NowFree ShippingGrafalloy Prologic Tour 95 Regular Flex Graphite Shaft. User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice Skip to main contenteBayShop by categoryShop by categoryEnter your search keywordGolf Clubs└Golf Clubs & Equipment└Golf└Sporting GoodsAll CategoriesAntiquesArtBabyBooksBusiness & IndustrialCameras & PhotoCell Phones & AccessoriesClothing, Shoes Back to top 26 #27 chpndptt chpndptt Newbie Members 1 posts Member #: 39265 Joined: 09/12/2007 GolfWRX Likes : 0 0 Feedback Score Posted 21 January 2008 - 07:28 PM
Like some reviewers and posters say, you must get this club fitted to your swing speed and launch angles to get the best of it all. My HCP is high. Cleveland Hibore Driver Specs REAX Steel High Launch, 88 grams, Stiff flex. Cleveland Hibore Xls Driver This article was written by guest author Harry Solomon, an active member of our forum.
I did try and hit my friend's Burner once and hit a hook. check over here This driver actually has a taller center-of-clubface than Cleveland's Launcher 460 Comp and roughly as deep a face as the Nike SQ. Dave says: February 4, 2008 at 12:00pm I bought my HiBore off the internet without trying it out, initially I went to the Driving Range to try it out. I've been averaging around 280-285, but the ball has been soring extremely high and it feels like the club face is going to come off. Cleveland Hibore Monster Driver
paid a lot less for the Hibore, too! DRIVER, CLEVELAND LADIES FLEX GRAPHITE, WINN GRIP $44.99Buy It Nowor Best OfferTHIS IS AWOMEN'S RIGHT HANDED CLEVELAND HiBORE XL 11.5 DEGREE DRIVER. What shaft do you reccomend for someone who is pretty consistent in the mid 80's with about a 260yd drive with a average to higher swing speed. his comment is here The crown has been painted in a black matte finish that, while not exactly non-glare, definitely creates less glare than the glossy polishes of most other driver crowns.
Happy to say it seems to be what I hoped for. Cleveland Hibore Xl Driver For Sale Phil says: February 8, 2008 at 10:33am its all a black finish, but very shiny and subject to get lots of finger smudges. Being in the Middle east there arent too many shops around let alone courses.
The red gave me the trajectory I was looking for, lower with more roll. Far as I'm concerned, they do now. I am a regular guy who never writes reviews but just had to give my side this time as it really is a great club. Cleveland Hibore Xl 10.5 Driver This is aRight-Handed Golf Club.
I thought the 9.5 Tour model with the stiff red shaft would be the perfect club; however, to the suggestion of some forum peeps, I went to the local Golf Galaxy US buyer pays $27 shipping to lower 48 states. Went down to the range to try it out but ended up slicing most of the shots and was quite disappointed. weblink I gained 15-20 yards probably because of less spin on the ball and my friends were impressed and depressed.
Also, although the Gold shaft was TheSandtrap.com The Sand Trap Forums - Home Blog Reviews Forums Chat Join! Josh Smith says: August 7, 2007 at 4:46pm I have just purchased the cleaveland hibore with 10.5 loft and a regular Fujikura graphite shaft. Also as far as the head covers went, I didnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t like the tour cover, I didnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t think it offered any shaft protection from scuffs and scrapes around the were the sock The sonic PING it generates is awesome!
I read somewhere that the "red shaft" is for golfers with faster swing speeds or golfers hitting balls with a higher "rate of backspin". Some clubs may not have the original manufacture grip. Dave says: January 31, 2008 at 10:12pm The XL is not offset at all. Dave says: August 28, 2008 at 1:29pm Two words.
Gary fred says: November 17, 2007 at 11:39pm Very true. That cuts off a LOT of distance. Design and Technology Cleveland touts the "Distance Driven Geometry" of the HiBORE XL clubhead. I can't wait to take this baby out to the real range tomorrow!